Campus Dining Services is committed to providing a safe environment for those with allergies and celiac disease. Our registered dietitian works very closely with the chefs to ensure policies are in place and staff is trained to minimize cross contact with common allergens. Please contact our registered dietitian for assistance in navigating our dining centers.
Our weekly menu on NetNutrition provides detailed information on gluten and the eight most common food allergens. This tool allows you to filter specific food allergens from the menu. If a specific allergen is not listed in the filter options you may scroll over each menu item and review the ingredients
This information is available from the Campus Dining web site or the Campus Dining app.
Campus Dining staff is trained on food handling and allergies. For added safety you may to request that staff use a new utensil when serving your portion or ask to be served from a fresh pan of that menu item. We do recommend avoiding areas at high risk for cross contact such as fried foods. Other tips while dining in our dining centers:
If you have been prescribed an Epi-pen keep it with you at all times. While you are at the dining centers please ask contact a staff membeber if you have any questions and they will find someone to assist you.
Please note that ingredients and nutritional content stated cannot be guaranteed. Manufacturers may change their product formulation or ingredients without our knowledge and product availability may fluctuate. While we make every effort to identify ingredients, we cannot assure against these contingencies. It is, therefore, ultimately the responsibility of the customer to judge whether or not to question ingredients or choose to eat selected foods. If you encounter any difficulties or errors in information, please contact us as soon as possible.